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Haskell Brooks Curry

Haskell Brooks Curry (1900-1982) was a famous mathematician who was privileged to work on the first electronic computer, ENIAC. He was a pioneer in the field of combinatory logic. He studied at Harvard, and later taught there. He also taught at Princeton and Pennsylvania State University. He also researched applied physics at Johns Hopkins University.